Day 25

The Magic Ones According to an incredible aboriginal woman I interviewed today, before us ‘considerate’ Europeans came along, the sweetest…

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Day 24

Red Cans in the Red Centre The place I am visiting today has a population of just under 400 Aboriginal…

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Day 23

There Will Be Blood Orange Sugar was once so rare and precious that at parties in the 18th century, people…

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Day 22

The World Sugar Party So far this week has registered extremely high on the sugarometer. I’ve had 160 teaspoons, Maria…

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Day 21

Grapes of Wrath The term ‘sweetheart’ actually came about in the 13th century from ‘swete hert’ which meant ‘fast beating…

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Day 20

Sugar soup How can I not start a post about sugar consumption without letting you all know that tennis star…

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Day 19

The confused Fruche Just a quick recap for those who may be new. 1 teaspoon of sugar = 4.2 grams…

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Day 18

My little ‘Tolerance’ ‘Miracle Berry’ is a small African fruit that hijacks the tastebuds so that anything you eat tastes…

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Day 17

The Gremlin Slayer I read an interesting study today from the University of Vermont. High school children that had 5…

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Day 16

Fruity Friday The average American consumes 1.4 kilos of sugar per week or roughly 1610 kilograms in a lifetime. That…

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